PARIS—Kenya Airways’ minority shareholders have approved a restructuring plan that is set to decrease the struggling airline’s debt structure. In July, Kenya Airways said it was pushing ahead with a restructuring plan under which shareholders, including Dutch airline KLM, would see their stakes in the African carrier become diluted as banks convert their debt into equity. Some local bank shareholders opposed the plan, according to local media reports, but a spokeswoman ...

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